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COVIDSafe Plan

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Our Vision for Fed Square

Fed Square is a globally iconic destination and Melbourne’s gathering place, where visitors are immersed in unique cultural experiences and architecture that celebrate Victoria’s rich heritage and identity.

Please read our COVIDSafe Plan

To assist Fed Square Pty Ltd (‘FSPL’) with providing a safe environment for all visitors please familiarise yourself with the latest announcements by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

During this period, we will continue our high standard of cleaning service, with additional cleaning of high touch areas. Drinking fountains will remain closed. While hand sanitiser will be available onsite, we recommend visitors bring their own hand sanitiser and practice good hygiene.

Please carry a face mask with you, maintain 1.5 metres from others during your visit, and register your visit via one of the QR Codes onsite around Federation Square.

The below COVIDSafe Plan describes the actions that FSPL has and will take to keep our employees, contractors, and visitors safe and reduce the risk of introduction and spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our work premises and onsite at Federation Square.

COVIDSafe Plan

  1. Coronavirus Policy & Guidelines
  2. COVID-19 Workforce Return to Work Plan
  3. COVID-19 Response Plan
  4. COVID-19 Workplace Response Plan
  5. Office Attendance Protocols
  6. COVID Event Guidelines

Last updated 11 February 2021.

 

Information for visiting The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

Bookings are not required to visit NGV Australia, but wearing a mask is strongly recommended when visiting NGV.

Some of the protective measures to expect when you visit NGV include:

  • Fewer visitors inside the Gallery
  • Enhanced cleaning maintained everyday across The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
  • Hand sanitiser located on all levels for your convenience
  • Acrylic screens at main registers and service desks to enhance physical distancing
  • Extensive information to keep important health and hygiene habits top of mind for staff and visitors
  • Floor markers in key areas of the Gallery that remind us to all stay 1.5 metres apart
  • Modified seating and serving arrangements at food and beverage outlets and the Members Lounge at NGV International and NGV Australia
  • Limited visitors inside NGV design store and food and beverage outlets, and request for cashless payment wherever possible to help limit personal contact
  • Print brochures replaced with digital versions of our Gallery maps, What’s On guide and other key information available via the NGV website
  • Postponement of guided tours and group bookings as we transition new measures for physical distancing in all areas of the Gallery.

 

Information for visiting the Koorie Heritage Trust

The Koorie Heritage Trust is open however, to ensure the safety of visitors and staff, KHT are capping the total number of visitors able to enter their building at any one time, and will require visitors to register your details on entry for contact tracing purposes. KHT also require all visitors to wear a mask unless they are specifically exempt on medical or other grounds.

 

Information for visiting ACMI

ACMI has introduced some measures to keep staff and visitors safe in light of the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Please wear a mask when you can’t maintain 1.5m distance from others
  • Book your visit to the museum online in advance
  • On arrival, scan the QR code for contact tracing purposes
  • Maintain at least 1.5m distance between yourself and others
  • Pay with a card, not cash

Other measures include enhanced cleaning throughout the museum, hand sanitiser on offer at all levels and transparent screens at our ticketing and information desks.

View realtime COVID-19 Updates here